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Rights Protection in the Age of Global Anti-Terrorism

Rights Protection in the Age of Global Anti-Terrorism

Edited by Jianfu Chen, Gonzalo Villalta Puig and Gordon Walker

CONTENTS

This volume focuses on human concerns, especially the protection of human rights in the age of global anti-terrorism campaigns. While the essays mostly discuss issues in an Australian context, they are dealt with from a global perspective. Thus the issues raised mostly reach beyond national boundaries.

Rights Protection in the Age of Global Anti-Terrorism is a special issue (Volume 25 No 1) of the journal Law in Context. The contents are listed below. You can read the abstract for each essay below by clicking on its title.

Please note: this volume is currently out of print, and is only available in digital format. See the journals page of our website for more information.


CONTENTS

The Human Face in Legal Globalisation: Tensions and Contradictions
     Jianfu Chen, Gonzalo Villalta Puig and Gordon Walker
Internationalising Law: A New Frontier for Law and Justice
     Michael Kirby
From a “Law of States” to a “Law for People”
     Joseph A Camilleri
The Globalisation of Human Rights Law
     David Malcolm
In Defence of Human Rights
     John von Doussa
The Integration of Customary Law into the Australian Legal System
     Tom Calma
Citizenship in an Age of Globalisation: The Cosmopolitan Citizen?
     Kim Rubenstein
From Local to Global and Back Again: Religious Freedom and Women’s Rights
     Carolyn Evans, Anna Hood and Jessica Moir

   

Published 14 November 2007
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/138pp
ISBN 9781862876651
Australian RRP $39.95
International Price $35.00
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Law - Human Rights
Human Rights & Civil Liberties


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